Becoming a part of the Quigley Catholic Family
Choosing the right high school…
is a process that takes careful consideration and ample time. The Admissions Department at Quigley Catholic High School hopes that your visit to this website, and your visit to campus, will help you along that path. If you have any questions throughout your high school search, please call or email us and we will be happy to help!
Quigley Catholic’s mission…
is distinct and different. As a member of the Diocese of Pittsburgh we are a Catholic co-educational college preparatory school with a unique vision—placing a priority not only on an excellent academic program, but also on developing young men and women in our mission of faith, knowledge and service.
We are proud that our graduates…
matriculate to college each year, and equally proud of their Christian service to those in need in our community. While we boast high SAT scores and acceptance rates to colleges and universities, it is watching our young men and women grow in faith and confidence that truly sets us apart.
High school is an exciting time…
in every student’s life. The good news is that here at Quigley Catholic High School the opportunities for a strong faith based and college preparatory secondary education are plentiful.
I am interested in becoming a member of the Quigley Catholic Family.
The following steps will be helpful in moving forward. Click on the the links below to find out more.
Visit the school
Call to schedule a tour.
March 8, 2015 from 1:00 P.M. until 3:00 P.M.
Shadow a Spartan
Tuesday, September 30th
Friday, November 21st
Friday, December 5th (Placement test and 1/2 day shadowing)
Monday, February 23rd
Friday, March 13th (placement testing and 1/2 day shadowing)
Monday, April 20th
Thursday, May 7th
Schedule a Tour
Call for an individualized appointment.
View and print the application packet.
Take the entrance exam*
Friday, March 13, 2015.
Spring Math Testing at will be scheduled at partner schools.
Beginning an admissions process for any school can, at times, be overwhelming. We hope this information makes this process a little easier. As always, should you have additional questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 724.869.2188 x30.
Useful links and information
to learn what our students like best about Quigley Catholic.
See our Facebook
page for current updates, pictures, video, and other information.
PSAS Financial Aid Form 2015-2016 (coming soon...)
Tuition - 2014/2015
$8,500 for Catholic students
$9,500 for non-Catholic
In order for families to better plan, Quigley Catholic High School is freezing tuition at $8,500 for Catholic students and $9,500 for non-Catholic students graduating in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.
As always, financial aid is available for those who demonstrate need on the PSAS form.
International Admissions- 2014/2015
$9,800 + $200 school fee + 8% processing fee = $10,800*
In addition to the regular application process, international students must:
Speak English and be approved by the Director of Admissions and Principal for admission.
The student must submit results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) proficiency test to Quigley Catholic High School together with the application documents and current teacher evaluations.
- Pay a full year of tuition in advance at the international student rate.
- Secure a guardian and have him/her visit with the Principal to discuss guardianship responsibilities as listed:
o Student must live with the guardian.
o Guardian must arrange for the transportation of the student to and from school.
o Guardian must make sure that the student is at schoolevery day – on time.
o Guardian will be responsible for working with Quigley Catholic High School if any problems arise.
o Guardian will be the contact person and accept parental/guardian responsibility for emergencies, etc.
After all regular admission and international student requirements are met, if the student is admitted and has paid the first year’s tuition,the student will be issued an I-20 and a Letter of Acceptance, all tuition is now due. At that time, he/she must go to the immigration office with the I-20 and admissions letter to receive permission to attend school in the United States of America. If an international student is unable to secure a visa after the tuition has been paid, Quigley Catholic High School will refund92% of the tuition amount to the student. The 8% processing fee will be retained to cover costs incurred by the school in the admission process.
** Additional fees will apply (i.e. AP, CHS Courses, Retreat, etc.)
Contact us for more information.